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March 30th, 2006

Purdue University Receives Charles Babbage Grant

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Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS), a world leader in semiconductor design software, today announced that Purdue University is the recipient of a Charles Babbage Grant. Purdue will receive 50 licenses of Synopsys electronic design automation (EDA) University Tools Package software, as well as Sun Ray(TM) client hardware and server software from Sun Microsystems, for their VLSI Design Laboratory. Purdue will use the Synopsys licenses for their graduate and undergraduate engineering programs in ASIC Design, as well as for leading-edge microelectronics and nanoscale research, in their new Birck Nanotechnology Center.

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